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for Wordless Wednesday and bloghops various

7Here are a few more pictures I took on my recent camping trip starting with the nature reserve close to my campsite near Lydd in Kent. Mine’s the little black tent alongside the little red car!

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Click on pics to enlarge, it’s really worth doing!

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On the way home I stopped at Rye Harbour Nature Reserve. I just avoided a downpour!

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40 thoughts on “Photos

  1. ladysighs Sep 13, 2022 / 10:59

    Your pics are always interesting when enlarged. I could almost pick those berries.

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  2. hilarymb Sep 13, 2022 / 14:24

    Hi Keith – both look wonderful … and I can see that heavy shower about to deluge anyone nearby … lovely photos – cheers Hilary

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    • Keith's Ramblings Sep 15, 2022 / 13:39

      Thank you, Hilary. They are, Rye Harbour is very special with its bird-watching hides and wildlife. Being but a short drive away, I go there often.

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  3. Prior... Sep 13, 2022 / 14:44

    Wonderful photography Keith!
    Oh So much natural beauty you captured and glad you kissed the downpour

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  4. beth Sep 13, 2022 / 15:37

    so pretty and peaceful there. I love the heart made of stones

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  5. stevebethere Sep 13, 2022 / 16:39

    Beautiful photos that would be a nice walk too, that last photo with the clouds what a good capture

    Have a stormylesstastic week 👍

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  6. Mitzi Sep 13, 2022 / 16:44

    Looks like an amazing place…but that last shot…that is stunning!

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  7. Natasha Sep 14, 2022 / 07:59

    How stunning are these images, Keith!
    What lovely sights, sounds and smells to savour.

    It reminds me of the Bill Withers song, “Lovely day” :))
    This one’s for you:

    I love your red car and tent. I drive a green Ford and DH has a red Jeep. Both colours I adore.

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    • Keith's Ramblings Sep 15, 2022 / 13:54

      A really fitting song, thanks so much for reminding me of it Natasha! I like colourful cars, grey wouldn’t do it for me!

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      • Natasha Sep 15, 2022 / 14:10

        So glad you liked listening to it again.

        It’s the same for me- grey, whites nahhh!

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    • Keith's Ramblings Sep 15, 2022 / 13:57

      My gear lives in the back of my car so I can take off whenever I feel like it! It was delightful.

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  8. Sandee Sep 14, 2022 / 14:11

    Beautiful shots of precious nature. Love the heart made out of rocks.

    Thank you for hosting the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday and rest of the week, Keith. 🙂

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  9. csuhpat1 Sep 14, 2022 / 18:28

    Such a beautiful place and that picture at the end is so very beautiful. So sweet. Very nice.

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    • Keith's Ramblings Sep 15, 2022 / 14:06

      I’m pleased you liked them. I couldn’t believe my luck when the sky loomed up!

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  10. Kathe W. Sep 14, 2022 / 20:32

    Ahhhh hearts of stone, blackberries for the picking and rain filled clouds- lovely photos!

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    • Keith's Ramblings Sep 15, 2022 / 14:09

      Thanks, Kathe. Something for everybody there which is why I loved it so much.

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  11. Memories of Eric and Flynn Sep 14, 2022 / 21:55

    Beautiful photos. That sky does look very threatening. I love to see how flat the scenery is. You can see for miles. We are the opposite, all hills and valleys.

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    • Keith's Ramblings Sep 15, 2022 / 14:15

      Thanks so much. Centuries ago it was the seabed which explains the flatness. It is surrounded by hills albethey some distance away.

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  12. amandacatsynth Sep 14, 2022 / 23:06

    Really enjoy the natural landscape there, with the flat landscape and the complex cloud structures. I particularly like the paths and water photos, as well as that last one with the road.

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  13. Adelaide Dupont Sep 14, 2022 / 23:33

    Love those brush/flame flowers in about the fourth or fifth image.

    And the way that the rocks were formed. Such tumult and agitation.

    The images of Rye are so alive – what a wonderful journey home!

    I also appreciated the Rule of Threes – and some of the sensoria and qualia involved.

    Especially the taste of raspberries and blackberries and the nettle feel.

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  14. Emille Sep 14, 2022 / 23:51

    It wouldn’t be the UK if you didn’t have some rain, lol. That sky looks ominous! Thanks for sharing these beautiful landscapes. It has been decades ago that we were in a tent! Are you following the London Bridge sequence of the queen on line? Am amazed about her life and her openness to share her faith. Don’t quite know what to think about the new king… and am even more bewildered about what to think about Camilla…

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    • Keith's Ramblings Sep 15, 2022 / 14:30

      Interestingly, that was the first rain for a couple of months and we are still officially suffering a drought and a ban on hosepipes, something I’ve never witnessed before in our normally soggy country!

      I’m following it but not joining the queue which was 5 1/2 miles long a few moments ago. I would have preferred it if we’d skipped a generation, but that was never going to happen. Camilla can never replace Diana.

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  15. Andree Sep 15, 2022 / 01:09

    Raspberries! (I hope.) I thought rose hips, but rose bushes don’t make that many! I haven’t seen a raspberry except frozen in a store because the bears keep eating all of mine before I know it! You could make enough jam for the entire nation from that! What is that gorgeous spiky yellow/orange flower? That is brand new to me. The cloud was fantastic. Thank you for the tour. Again!

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    • Keith's Ramblings Sep 15, 2022 / 14:39

      Blackberries actually, the red ones have yet to ripen! As for raspberries, they are my favourite fruit by far. No good asking me about unusual flowers, I ‘aint got a clue! Thanks so much for rambling with me Andree.

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